assume in both you have great sex.
be yourself option: you have laughs, fun, not worry about "relationship" games
spark option, it's exciting, you can talk for hours on end
- Spark option20% (5)15% (4)18% (9)Vote
- 100% yourself option80% (20)85% (22)82% (42)Vote
Most Helpful Guy
Defiantly B as the spark that flare, that passion it can be reignited if it ever goes out but how can you truly be in a long term relationship with someone if you don't even feel comfortable being yourself around them?
Besides if your and your partner are comfortable being yourselves around each other then you'll be open to trying new things, experimenting and the like which in turn will help keep that spark alive as well as reignite it should it go out.0
Most Helpful Girl
The correct answer is A. Yep. The correct answer.
"A relationship where I can be 100% myself" is self-bullshitting code for "a relationship that doesn't challenge me to keep growing as a person" -- in other words, a relationship that's stagnant. Slow suffocation. Every day is... one more mark on a calendar, one less day left in this world.
Yeah, y'know what, fuck that.
"Comfort" is a sign that something's wrong. It's a sign that you've stopped GROWING. Stopped learning, stopped learning, stopped struggling to better yourself and the world around you.
Keep that spark burning.
Keep YOURSELF burning.
NIN made a song that describes these shitty "comfortable" relationships PERFECTLY.
Here ya go: